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Huge First Half Sends Lake Region Past BFA Fairfax

February 23, 2014

ORLEANS–The Lake Region Rangers closed out the 2013-2014 regular season in grand fashion by running over the BFA Fairfax Bullets 74-48 on Friday evening.
With it being senior night, Ingalls had elected to start all five of his seniors, and the move would pay dividends early, as Lake Region came out of the gates on fire.
For the full story, see the Express on 2-24-14.

Lake Region Falls in Quarter-Final Action Against Milton

February 23, 2014

MILTON-Coming off a decisive victory in their opening round match-up against the Vergennes Commodores, the Lake Region Lady Rangers faced off against the Milton Yellowjackets in a Division II quarter-final game Saturday afternoon.

Four Goals in the First Sends North Country Past Rutland

February 20, 2014

JAY–The final regular season game for the North Country Falcons held important play-off implications.
If they could defeat Rutland and if Colchester lost, then they would lock down the number four seed and earn a home play-off game.
Lose and they would have to hit the road to open the post-season, something they have not had to do in three years.

Senior Scoring Does the Talking as Falcons Fly Past Raiders

February 20, 2014

JAY–Senior Night was an appropriate title to describe the North Country Falcons' evening on Wednesday.
With senior netminder Chase LaCourse between the pipes, all four senior forwards scored at least one goal, with Ross DeLaBruere and Ryan Paul each netting two, as the Falcons picked up a 7-2 win over the Rutland Red Raiders to close out the regular season.

Craftsbury Advances, Falcons Fall in Girls Play-off Action

February 20, 2014

Craftsbury 67, Websterville 14
CRAFTSBURY-Sitting in fourth place in Division IV, the Craftsbury girls started their journey to the Barre Auditorium by hosting 13th ranked Websterville on Wednesday night.
They did not disappoint the fans in attendance, as the rolled to a 67-14 win to advance to the quarter-finals.
Janet Bohannon paced the Lady Chargers with 21 points.
With the win, Craftsbury will now host Whitcomb with a trip to Barre on the line.

Red Devils Go Off in the Third to Upend Craftsbury

February 19, 2014

CRAFTSBURY–The Chelsea Red Devils play in the paint during the third quarter gave them the separation they needed to pull away from the Craftsbury Chargers and pick up a 61-42 win on Tuesday evening.
"We fought hard from start to finish," said Craftsbury coach Derek Cipriano. "Chelsea has a great inside-outside game and tonight they caught us with that inside game and made it tough for us to defend in the second half."
Before play got underway, the Chargers honored their two out going seniors, Logan Masse and Paul Saaman.

Lady Rangers First Half Blitz Levels Commodores 81-41

February 19, 2014

ORLEANS-For the Lake Region Lady Rangers, it’s been an up and down year.
A slow start left them at 0-4 but it has become obvious over the course of the season the young crew has gotten better.
Visiting Vergennes found that out the hard way as the blue and white put the hammer down with heavy pressure early and ran away with a 40 point play-down victory.

North Country Picks Up Big 61-58 Win Against Spaulding

February 18, 2014

NEWPORT–The North Country Falcons utilized a balanced scoring attack, and made some timely shots late to pick up a 61-58 win over the Spaulding Crimson Tide on Monday night.
"We saw a lot of heart out there tonight," NCU coach Ed Duncan said about his team after the game. "In each of the games over the last couple of weeks we have been there, but we haven't put in the full four quarters together to finish it out. But tonight we displayed that we are capable of doing that."

Tough Going for Craftsbury Against Mid-Vermont Christian

February 16, 2014

CRAFTSBURY–What started out as a good back and forth contest ended with foul-filled fourth quarter as the Craftsbury Charger boys fell to the Mid-Vermont Christian Eagles 56-47 on Saturday afternoon.
"Defensively, Mid-Vermont went into a one-three-one zone and we couldn't crack it," said a visibly upset Craftsbury coach Derek Cipriano after the game. "I think it was as simple as that and we got frustrated offensively and it filtered down throughout the rest of the team."
For the full story, see the Express on 2-17-14.

Senior Girls Recognized, More in Weekend Round-up

February 16, 2014

Staff Reports
Craftsbury 33, Mid-Vermont 19
CRAFTSBURY–In an uncharacteristically low-scoring game, the Craftsbury Lady Chargers defeated Mid-Vermont in the first game of a basketball doubleheader on Saturday afternoon.

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